DCCA wins DISA contract

On February 14, Ellicott City, MD-based Data Computer Corporation of America (DCCA), a veteran-owned information technology and engineering services company, announced that it has been awarded a significant contract from Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA). The contract, valued at $37 million if all options are executed, will provide comprehensive support to DISA’s Command and Control (C2) Portfolio capabilities.

Under the five-year task order, DCCA will focus on enhancing C2 Portfolio capabilities, systems and software engineering, cybersecurity, and test and evaluation support. This partnership will enable DISA to strengthen its command-and-control infrastructure.

“Under this program, DCCA will support more than 7,000 military and civilian employees who provide, operate, and assure information-sharing capabilities, and maintain a globally accessible enterprise information infrastructure for C2.  These capabilities provide support to joint warfighters, national-level leaders and other mission and coalition partners across the full spectrum of military operations,” said David Bower, president and chief operating officer of DCCA. “DCCA has a rich history of partnering with the DoD to advance their mission and we are looking forward to delivering exceptional results to support the success of this important work. We are proud to have been selected by DISA for this critical contract.”

Source: DCCA

IC News delivers the situational awareness you need to get ahead and stay ahead in the IC contracting space. Subscribe today for full access to 10,000+ articles, plus new articles each weekday.